Puggry vs Puggy - What's the difference?

puggry | puggy |


As a noun puggry

is a strip of cloth wound around the upper portion of a hat or helmet, particularly a pith helmet, and falling down behind to act as a shade for the back of the neck.

As an adjective puggy is

resembling or characteristic of a pug dog.

puggry

English

Alternative forms

* puggree

Noun

(puggries)
  • A strip of cloth wound around the upper portion of a hat or helmet, particularly a pith helmet, and falling down behind to act as a shade for the back of the neck.
  • See also

    * turban

    puggy

    English

    Adjective

    (er)
  • Resembling or characteristic of a pug dog.
  • a puggy nose
  • (Australia, New Zealand) sticky, claylike